Monthly Archives: February 2014

Coke controversy ignites Twitter-verse

BY KATIE AUCHENBACH, ASST. DIGITAL MEDIA EDITOR Last Sunday, millions of Americans gathered around their televisions to watch what is undeniably the most anticipated sporting event of the year — the fierce battle-to-the-death showdown between the nation’s biggest advertisers…with some … read more

Rabbi’s Write-up

BY RABBI KATE PALLEY Do not withhold good when it is in your power to do it. Proverbs 3:27 At this very moment there is a snowman outside of Aikens, though when you read this s/he may be no more. … read more

Editors savor Spanish foods

BY SAMANTHA PHILLIPS, STAFF WRITER Hola everyone! Emily Peiffer and I (previous Crusader editorial board members and current travel companions) are going to alternate this column each week to tell you all about our adventures abroad in Alicante, Spain. We’ve … read more

Department alters requirement

BY HOPE SWEDEEN, STAFF WRITER Due to a change that was recently made to the central curriculum’s language requirement, students at Susquehanna will no longer be required to complete three semesters of a language course. According to Associate Professor of … read more

Facilities addresses weather conditions

BY SYDNEY MUSSER, ASST. SPORTS EDITOR After the blizzard-like snowfall from Tuesday and Wednesday, students and staff alike found themselves slipping and sliding all across campus. The forecast, originally predicted to be a mere “dusting,” turned out to be a … read more

New revisions help SU clubs

BY JESSICA MITCHELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER They have been seen performing a cappella songs across campus for a while now, but it wasn’t until recently that Susquehanna’s Harmonic Combustion became an officially recognized club by the Student Government Association. According to … read more

Middle States recognizes SU credentials

BY JESSICA MITCHELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER   On the provost’s page of the mySU website page is a link to a document unknown to many students across campus: the 2014 Middle States Self-Study. Tom. A. Martin, professor of psychology and Colleen … read more